Michelle Obama's Role in President's Re-Election 2012
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Michelle Obama's Role in President's Re-Election 2012

Ferry Pass : FL : USA | Sep 03, 2012 at 9:33 PM PDT
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The "First Lady" U.S. will this morning the main protagonist of the first day of the Democratic convention held in Charlotte, North Carolina. She looks forward. "She can convince many that the Obama presidency has been so disappointing," says a young couple supporters of President that although dissatisfied with certain policies of the White House disapprove the increasing number of attacks' drones'-, believe that the final balance of these four years is positive.

Recall Obama's personal credibility is something that his wife was responsible for his speech on Tuesday. And it will stay there. The next day he will meet with the African delegate assembly, then with the Hispanic delegates and then the women. Michelle will have a role as a wife probably never had a candidate in a convention, certainly more than in 2008, when the fascination enough her ​​husband.

Michelle Obama share night speaking with the mayor of San Antonio, Julian Castro, a Hispanic who is responsible for opening the first night of speeches, liability reserves a heavyweight match or, as in this case, a young promise. On Wednesday, the spotlight will be on Bill Clinton and the convention will close on Thursday with the intervention of Obama.

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